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Admissions in U.S. educational institutions and of other countries are normally prohibited from discrimination based on age, race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, marital status, ethnicity, disability, socio-economic status, or other reasons.
Manhattan Review (MR) maintains strict code of conduct and standards for all its employees and associates about such discrimination and discharge of duties.
All the employees are expected to strictly follow the following standards set by MR and implement in the process of their discharge of duties.
1. All the employees (including counselors, center managers, marketing team members and other staff at the Head office/Corporate office) are expected to discuss with students or their parents only when they are assigned or asked to do so by their supervisors.
2. All the information that is given to students/prospective students and their parents must be totally truthful and right about the programs, universities, admissions, funding availability, accreditation, part-time employment, location, visa possibilities and employment after education.
3. Also, all the employees are strictly advised to be totally impartial to the students or their parents in disseminating information, without regard to considering our affiliation to some of the universities or institutions.
4. Further, all employees are expected to conduct themselves with dignity and decorum, without any discrimination towards those who get in touch with them. Discrimination in form of caste, colour, sex, sexual orientation, religion or any other aspect will be dealt with very severely and may result in suspension or dismissal from employment.
By accepting the terms of your appointment and starting to work with Manhattan Review, all the employees are expected to have read and understood this policy and expressly agree to follow the above guidelines and any other guidelines that will be implemented by the management from time to time.